The Art of Firework Sharing on Social Media

    July 2, 2011

This weekend is well known for one thing (apart from Independence Day): FIREWORKS! With the social networking boom (no pun intended), many people will be sharing the fireworks from wherever they will be attending 4th of July festivities on their smart/camera phone. Unfortunately, like the moon, fireworks are a hard visual to grasp on camera. With this in mind, various internet media are sharing methods that you can use to help make your snapshots of the fireworks easier and explosive.

For starters, various Twitter users and services are sharing their tips (as shown below) on how you can get great pictures of fireworks from your phone.

Do you have any tips to share that you use to take effective and amazing fireworks photos? Share them below in our comments section!

Tips How to Take Pictures of Fireworks with an iPhone or Android Phone: Not every smartphone has a camera … Thx!. 1 day ago via twitterfeed · powered by @socialditto

Which phone takes the best pictures of fireworks? This one is taken w/ the Droid Incredible: #4thofJuly 5 hours ago via HootSuite · powered by @socialditto

There are also various bloggers out on the web sharing ways that you can take better fireworks pictures on your smart/camera phone. A great blog post from GottaBeMobile shares various tips in a step-by-step process, and it even provides you with some ways that will give your fireworks pictures better effects.

If you are located in a place where there are no fireworks displays, you can always download fireworks to play on your iPhone. The Handmarks Fireworks App is a great way to celebrate the 4th of July whenever and wherever you are.